|Most expensive month:||January|
|Average price in Fortitude Valley:||€214/night|
|Cheapest price found:||€38/night|
|Most expensive day:||Saturday|
Brisbane Manor Hotel
555 Gregory Terrace, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
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A stylish and sophisticated suburb of Brisbane, Fortitude Valley thrives as a dedicated entertainment district. Buzzing with live music venues, contemporary art galleries, nightlife and designer fashion boutiques, Fortitude Valley is where to “see and be seen” in Brisbane.
Offering a mix of vintage, high-fashion and hipster-pop styles, shopping is a constant presence in Fortitude Valley. You can shop along James Street to find the latest trends in more than 100 flagship and upscale shops, or discover local threads at the Valley Market on weekends, hosted by Chinatown Mall and Brunswick Street Mall. The Market is also where to find multicultural street food, handmade crafts and street performers. For hidden boutiques and bookstores, find your way over to Winn and Bakery Lanes.
Feeling brave enough to try some exotic cuisine in Fortitude Valley? Head over to Brunswick Street to experience everything from French to Nepali, Japanese, Indonesian and Thai dishes. As the night wears on, clubs and rooftop bars across town come alive with music and DJs, salsa dancing, brewpubs and craft cocktails. You can also stop by Judith Wright Centre, affectionately known as “The Judy” for cabaret and performance art.
Street art paints Fortitude Valley with colourful murals and art installations, while official galleries and indie-art pop-up shows are a regular occurrence. From the Institute of Modern Art to Red Sea and TW Fine Art, you’ll get a deep-dive into Australian creative culture.
Though Fortitude Valley is considered a suburb, it’s only 1 kilometre from the centre of Brisbane, with access to interurban trains, buses and taxis. A single Translink card works with buses, trains, ferries and CityCats catamarans servicing the riverside areas.
Oakwood Hotel & Apartments Brisbane, rated with a score of 7.6 from 4,315 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Fortitude Valley. Other top stays include Ovolo The Valley Brisbane, with an average rating of 9.1 from 1,515 reviewers, and The Constance, with a score of 8.3 from 746 reviewers.
Reviews of Riverside Hotel Southbank recommend it as a good place to stay near South Bank Parklands, scoring 7.3/10 from 2,539 ratings.
Riverside Hotel Southbank is the hotel close to Queen Street Mall that is most recommended by HotelsCombined users, with 2,539 reviews rating it at 7.3/10.
If you’re looking for good hotels near Eagle Street Pier, consider Riverside Hotel Southbank (rated 7.3 over 2,539 reviews).
Fortitude Valley’s nightlife is broad, spread across both sides of the mystically lit river and packed with an assortment of options. Fortitude Valley is home to one of Australia’s most popular entertainment precincts. During nightfall, the Valley’s streets come alive and pump with the sound of live entertainment, laughter and merry-making. Discover some of Fortitude Valley’s rooftop bars, starting with the Elixir Rooftop Bar, on Ann St. It offers a fresh, holiday feel with solid slab tables, lots of tropical foliage and a water feature. The X Cargo or Limes Rooftop is another great option. For those that love dancing, the Valley is the place to be. The Calile Hotel is one of the best hotels in Fortitude Valley and has actually galvanised the whole area into upping its game. A couple of other Fortitude Valley hotels worth checking out within walking distance of local bars and restaurants include Osbourne Hotel, The Constance and Amelia Boutique Hotel.
Looking out for what your family can see or do in Fortitude Valley? Book hotels in the centre of the neighbourhood, like Arise Fortitude Valley or Limes Boutique Hotel to be within walking distance to most of the family-friendly activities. Discover the ultimate fun destinations for children in Fortitude Valley, be it playgrounds, water parks or theme parks. Your family will have fun, get good food and learn new things. Start with Chinatown, a place that’s always ready to please and enthral its visitors. Bunk Backpackers is a Fortitude Valley accommodation located a stone's throw away from Chinatown. The activity of the Chinese markets, not to mention the sound and fragrance of the exotic ingredients, will oblige you to stop at Chinatown. The area is an enjoyable shopping destination that hosts markets and special events on weekends. Gerards Bistro is a great place for your family to enjoy great food and much more. It is a stylish, family-friendly eatery that serves quality food and beverage; the main aim of this restaurant is to please its customers by serving rare and innovative dishes.
With every twist and turn through Fortitude Valley, you'll learn something new. From cafes in dignified laneways to live music venues to boutique and rooftop bars – Fortitude Valley has it all. Visit the trendy Ovolo or The Constance for your accommodation needs in Fortitude Valley. Rocksports Indoor Climbing will have you in your element. Challenge yourself as you have fun – no experience is necessary, or stop at the Fortitude Valley’s hip shops and local designer boutiques for trendy stuff.
A cheap way to get from Brisbane city centre to Fortitude Valley is to take a train, taking roughly 8min, while a quicker way is a taxi, which takes about 2min. The direct bus departs from Adelaide Street Stop 20, arrives at Wickham Street Stop 229 and operates every 5min or so, every day. The journey takes about 7min. There’s a direct train that departs from Central Station and arrives at Fortitude Valley Station. It departs roughly every 5min, every day and takes about 2min.